tengo una vitara y se q si preparan esa mejor de lo que esta puede aser numeros mas bajos en la pista
g'day just wodnering where you got the turbo manifold to suit the vitara made up?
The manifold is home made
How do you have the turbo setup on this? Is it still vacuum controlled or did you make it mechanical with boost controlling it? IDK if you got my last message or not.
It's a turbo off a Dodge Daytona Turbo IV. The control diaphragm is dual ported. I feed boost pressure to one side to open the vanes under boost and vacuum through a check valve on the other side to open the vanes a t low loads.
hey mate, did you use a oil filter adapter to run the oil lines to the charger. and also didd you have to use larger injectors? or fuel pump? running standard ecu? very impressed cheers
No I use an oil filter adapter to connect the oil cooler. Turbocharger is fed off a plug in the side of the block.
I use 8 injectors and the standard ECU is long gone. Using a custom made ECU based on Megasquirt. Fuel pump is a Bosch unit made for a Porsche 911.
Can I offer my congratulations, my son races a super sedan so I can understand just how much work is involved in preparing a succesful drag race vehicle
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